Nanostructures for Electronics Energy and Environment NanoE3

Couran Cove

23-28 September 2007

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Australian - Italian School and Workshop on nanotechnology

Chairs:   Nunzio Motta, John Bell, Federico Rosei

The rapidly emerging areas of nanoscale science and technology are focussed on the design, fabrication, and characterisation of functional objects having dimensions at the nanometer length scale. New advances in this field are expected to have long range implications in a wide variety of different scientific and engineering disciplines.

The importance of nanoscale science is growing worldwide and it is now widely recognised as a critical component to the future growth of the world economy.

The NanoE3 School and Workshop will allow leading Italian and Australian researchers to present their activities and foster cooperation in the field of nanotechnology, focussing in the areas of electronics, energy and environment. It would be very benefit for both countries to build scientific networks connecting scientists belonging to similar areas of nanotechnology.

About 20 Australian and 20 Italian leading scientists in nanotechnology, all invited, will participate to the 3 days workshop.

The 3 days workshop will be preceded by a 2 days school, to which about 30 PhD and Master Students are expected to participate. Funds from ARCNN and ARNAM have been provided to this purpose.

Topics

Materials

Semiconductor Nanostructures

Nanotubes

Conducting Polymers

Molecules

Applications

Quantum Computing

Nanoelectronic devices

Optoelectronics

Solar Cells

Water Purification 

Nanoscale Integration 

Nanofabrication Tools and Techniques

 

Conference Secretariat      Carla Gerbo       carla@centreforbusiness.com.au    www.nanotechnology.org.au